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Friday, 23 Jan 2015
It's no secret that Microsoft is hard at work with a touch and mobile-optimized version of its Office productivity suite and intends to have it ready when Windows 10 ships later this year. But what about Office for the desktop?
The battery life of the eagerly anticipated Apple Watch was never undisclosed at launch, but we now know that Apple is aiming for 19 hours of battery life for its new wearable with "mixed usage."
Korean news site The Chosunilbo reported that Samsung is unveiling the Galaxy S6 smartphone on March 2 at Mobile World Congress 2015.
Thursday, 22 Jan 2015
Nikonrumors reports that Nikon USA has issued a service advisory in response to complaints of unnatural flare from a small group of D750 users. Read on for the full details, and the full text of the service advisory.
WhatsApp has finally made the leap from phones onto browsers. Find out what you need to do to enable the popular service on your desktop or notebook.
Every year, SplashData releases its list of top 10 worst passwords. And unsurprisingly, "123456" and "password" continue to be popular amongst users.
Wednesday, 21 Jan 2015
According to rumors, Samsung is said to be dropping Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon processors in favor of its own for the next Galaxy S smartphone.
At the GeekPark Innovation Festival in Beijing a few days ago, Xiaomi’s President Bin Lin unveiled a Smart Home Suite consisting of a group of four components.
We might be looking at the first two images of HTC's upcoming One flagship smartphone, which is expected to retain a similar design with a new 20.7-megapixel rear camera sensor. Hit the link to find out more!
Tuesday, 20 Jan 2015
The Sony hacking story takes on yet another spin with a new US revelation.